Let's Talk About Sex: Sexuality and Sexual Difficulties
An introductory course in sexual medicine and therapy
This Multidisciplinary 2-day course is targeted at General Practitioners, Obstetricians, Gynaecologists, Sexual Health Practitioners, Psychiatrists, Urologists, Psychologists, Psychotherapists, Sexologists, Physiotherapists, Nurse Practitioners, and any interested health practitioners and trainees.
The course will discuss the need to talk about sex, the obstacles to talking about sex and will empower the registrants to raise and discuss topics of sexuality and sexual difficulties with their patients/clients.
It will cover the assessment and management of common sexual difficulties, from a biopsychosociocultural perspective, provide educational resources and an overview of therapeutic options.
- Talking about sex – overcoming the obstacles
- Taking a Sexual History in an inclusive and respectful way, with a biopsychosociocultural approach
- Communication skills, including talking with a couple
- Models of Sexuality
- Relationships and sexuality
- Gender identity and gender dysphoria
- Sexual identity, orientation and behaviour (including LGBTIQA+ sexuality)
- Cultural & Religious impacts on sexuality (including the impact of Pornography)
- Sexual pain
- Erectile Dysfunction
- Ejaculatory problems (Premature Ejaculation & Delayed Ejaculation)
- Arousal and Orgasm
- The impact of significant life stages/changes on sexuality
- Pregnancy & Postpartum sexuality
- Menopause, Aging, Illness & Cancer
- Early Bird: $500
- Normal rate: $600
Monash University or Monash Health staff:
- Early bird $450
- Normal rate $550
Please note: Early-bird
until 5 March 2019 extended until 13 March 2019! This course is fully catered.
The course will be facilitated by Dr Anita Elias MBBS, FASPM, FECSM, a medical practitioner and psychotherapist, specialising and working in Sexual Medicine and Sexual and Relationship Therapy for over 20 years. Anita is the Head of the Sexual Medicine and Therapy Clinic at Monash Health, a consultant at the Psychosexual service at The Women’s Hospital and a Senior Lecturer at Monash University. She will be joined by a multidisciplinary team of experts in Sexual Medicine and Sex Therapy.